PSG beat Madrid to Mbappe

PSG beat Madrid to Mbappe

Emirates' announcement comes a week after PSG acquired the services of Brazilian star Neymar from Barcelona in a world record transfer of €222 million.

"The federation is in contact with our Spanish counterparts".

However, it seems the striker has made a decision to stay in France and according to French sports daily L'Equipe, Mbappe wants to join Monaco's Ligue 1 rivals PSG this summer.

But, PSG, it seems, are not done yet as the French side looks set to make another mega signing in the form of one on the most sought-after youngsters in world football, Kylian Mbappe.

Unai Emery's side began their Ligue 1 campaign with a 2-0 home win over Amiens last weekend, with Neymar watching on from the stands after being officially presented to the Parc des Princes fans before the match.

"We all want him to start playing", Emery told a press conference on Friday.

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Neymar's participation in the Guingamp game had been in doubt due to a delay in the necessary paperwork being processed, with a banking issue with Barcelona having been reported.

As per, PSG are set to sign the Monaco forward, who has attracted interest from Real Madrid as well as Manchester City.

Sources said he believes his best chance of being part of the Brazil squad for next year's World Cup is to play alongside worldwide teammates including Neymar at PSG.

Club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi put in a personal call to Mbappe during the those discussions, assuring him that he remained on their radar.

Mbappe's explosive form last season, which saw him net five times in the Champions League, also earned him a call up to the French national team, where he has represented his country four times, although he is yet to open his account at global level.

This now would take their combined spending on just two players to €402 million - and there are persistent rumours that they're willing to break the world record fee for a goalkeeper to get Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak.

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